A new breakfast that describes itself as the world’s most passionate cereal has gone on sale. The provocatively-named Sexcereal claims to fuel your fire by improving the performance and sexual health of men and women. Described as the world’s first gender-based breakfast cereal, it comes in two types one for men that claims to support testosterone and another hormonal balance variety for women.
The male cereal contains bee pollen, which the Toronto-based company says has been shown to support sperm count, endurance and sex drive, and maca, an ancient super food of the Incas said to have enhanced sex drives in Peruvians for more than 2,000 years. The female ingredients include ginger, credited with increasing lustful yearnings, stimulating sex drive, increasing sexual performance, and aiding in the feelings of love, lust and attraction, and cacao nibs which apparently provide phenylalanine, an amino acid that raises the body’s endorphins and produces dopamine. (QMI Agency / Rex Features)
Is that a chipmunk in your pocket or are you pleased to see me? A pair of ground squirrels and a chipmunk have made themselves at home in the pockets of photographer Betsy Seeton’s jeans as they are hung out to dry outside Betsy’s cabin home in Denver, Colorado, US. (Betsy Seeton/Solent News & Photo Agency)
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People dressed in panda costumes collect tea that has been fertilised using panda excrement. An Yashi, a college lecturer at Sinchuan University who is developing the tea, explains: Pandas have a very poor digestive system and only absorb about 30 per cent of everything they eat. That means their excrement is rich in fibres and nutrients. (Imaginechina / Rex Features)
Photographer Steve Nilsen couldn’t help having fun when he witnessed an impressive moon halo in Aspenes in northern Norway. He grabbed his torch and made it appear as if he was create the phenomenon. (Steve Nilsen / Rex Features)
The interior of the Fourviere Basilica in Lyon is seen after seven years of restoration. (PHILIPPE DESMAZES/AFP/Getty Images)
Indian children play on a giant statue of Hindu god Lord Shiva near the Sangam in Allahabad on March 15. The Sangam is a holy bathing site during the Kumbh Mela, which runs from January till March, and takes place every 12 years in Allahabad while smaller events are held every three years in other locations around India.(Sanjay Kanojia/AFP/Getty Images)
A figurine depicting Pope Francis is displayed in the workshop of artist Genny Di Virgilio, the day after he was elected on March 14 in Naples. Pope Francis received a flood of goodwill messages from around the world Thursday with non-Catholics hoping his papacy will usher in better ties with the Vatican. (AFP/Getty Images)
The San Francisco Bay Bridge is lit up with the world’s largest LED light sculpture. It stretches 1.8 miles (2.89km) and is 500 feet (152,4m) high. The Bay Lights exhibit has 25,000 white LED lights that are individually programmed by artist Leo Villareal to create a never-repeating display across the Bay Bridge’s west span. (EPA/MONICA M. DAVEY)